Annual "Ulaanbaatar Dialogue" conference on Northeast Asian Security concluded

The 3rd international conference under " Ulaanbaatar Dialogue" initiative on Northeast Asian Security concluded here Friday.
The conference was co-organized by Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Institute for Strategic Studies under the National Security Council.
According to Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this year both DPRK and ROK were present for the first time.
About 150 delegates from China, Russia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), Republic of Korea (ROK), Japan, the United States, Germany, India, the Great Britain, Australia, France and the United Nations, the International Committee of the Red Cross, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation participated in the two-day conference and exchanged views on regional security and cooperation.
The range of discussion at this conference is widening year by year, Apart from security issues , delegates also discussed regional economic cooperation and infrastructure connectivity, environmental protection and disaster management.
Chinese experts made remarks to the conference on issues, among others, Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, forging a community of shared destiny for mankind and building a climate resilient society.
"Countries should be consistent with the trend of the times, grasp the right direction, and achieve mutual benefit and win-win results by firmly establishing the awareness of a community of shared destiny for all mankind."said Ruan Zongze, executive vice president and senior fellow of China Institute of International Studies.
Mongolia holds annual "Ulaanbaatar Dialogue" conference focusing on maintaining dialogue between different stakeholders of East Asian security issues through dialogue.
Mongolian Foreign Minister Lundeg Purevsuren noted that Mongolia is striving to make its contribution to the security of the region and answered to the questions of the delegates on foreign policy.
Within the framework of the "Ulaanbaatar Dialogue" Initiative, a series of important meetings, including the "Northeast Asian Women Parliamentarians Conference", the "Northeast Asian City Mayor's Forum", "Energy Connectivity Workshop" and "Northeast Asian Youth Symposium" were also held here.
The landlocked country put forward the "Ulaanbaatar Dialogue" initiative on Northeast Asian Security aiming to play a role in promoting regional security with its advantage of good relations with all countries in the region. Endit

Source:Xinhua news agency
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